WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court yesterday agreed to review the constitutionality of California's old system of taxing multinational corporations -- a decision that could cost the state $4 billion if it loses.

In other action yesterday, the justices also agreed to review New York State's efforts to collect taxes on cigarette sales made by Indian merchants.

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